Vice President Leni Robredo failed to edge out her fiercest rival, Ferdinand Marcos Jr., as the presidential race frontrunner despite her well attended rallies, results of the latest Laylo Research survey showed.
According to the Laylo Report, voter preference for Robredo in March improved by only two percent from February, from 17 percent to 19 percent.
Marcos’ rating consequently decreased by two points in one month, from 63 percent to 61 percent, but he remains the candidate to bear in the presidential race.
Lagging behind Robredo in third place is Manila Mayor Isko Moreno with nine percent, followed by Senator Manny Pacquiao with six percent and Senator Panfilo Lacson with two percent.
Laylo conducted the survey nationwide from March 15 to 22 with 3,000 registered voters as respondents.
The poll has a margin of error of plus/minus two percent.